In Turbonetics Pro Outlaw 10.5, Conrad Scarry finally put his new car atop the ladder with a stout 6.75 at over 218 mph, followed by Dan Millen’s 6.79 blast. Keith Neal turned in a 6.91, while Dennis Bailey’s 7.11 put him in the fourth spot. Jim Brown, who is finally getting a handle on his nitrous combination rounded out the top five. Once eliminations started, all hell broke loose. Brown took out Bailey, Scarry took out Radioactive Ed Rice, Millen beat Justin Burcham, and Keith Neal took out Dwayne James. In the second round, Neal and Millen staged as the first pair, and as they headed down the track, Millen got slightly out of shape, and Neal managed to sneak around him for the win – 7.03 to Millen’s 7.10. However, Millen managed to lock up Pro Outlaw 10.5 championship in the process! Next up, Jim Brown and Conrad Scarry lined up, but when the tree came down, Scarry timed out with a broken shifter, giving Brown a chance to get to his first final round after a rough season. However, in an anticlimactic finish, both Brown and Neal had to get home for work on Monday and couldn’t stay. They flipped a coin, and Brown took the win as a result, for his first after a tough season.